If real, it's one of the most universal signs of the gluino
The CMS experiment just released a new paper which I mention because it explicitly claims an excess, unlike the overwhelming majority of papers that agree with the Standard Model almost perfectly:
Search for the standard model Higgs boson produced in association with top quarks in multilepton final states (CMS PAS HIG-13-020)The heaviest known elementary particle is the top quark, \(t\), along with its antiparticle. Their mass is \((173\pm 1)\GeV\) or so. The second heaviest known elementary particle is the Higgs boson, \(h\), whose mass \((125.7\pm 0.4)\GeV\) is the only completely new number that the LHC has taught us so far.
In the search discussed in the paper above, they looked for events in which these three fatties (\(t\bar t h\)) were produced simultaneously and they subsequently decayed into final states with many leptons. And the Standard Model wasn't too perfect.